We believe in the power of community and connection and strive to be a supportive and inclusive network for individuals and their loved ones living with this condition.
Our aim is to connect people living with CTE, & their loved ones, to timely and relevant health advice, resources & support services.
Connecters Carer Catch-ups are an online group of people who are caring for, or a loved one of, someone with CTE. These sessions are not counselling or medical advice but a safe space to connect and know you are not alone.
How many people in Australia have probable CTE?
No one knows - and it's important.
We want to help by understanding the answers to these questions so the right programs, support and health advice can be available to the people that need it.
Advocate for further clinical trials & research into people living with the condition to better understand CTE & create life better outcomes.
For more information on the research being conducted by Dr Rowena Mobbs and her team CLICK HERE
Raise awareness of CTE with relevant & evidence based information.
We hear all too often "if only we had of known".
Sadly we consistently hear stories of people who have been struggling with symptoms and feeling lost - unheard. This results in work and relationship breakdowns, social isolation and worse.
Education and awareness saves lives.
Concussion Connect is a neurology and psychology group therapy program for those suffering the effects of repeated head injury, with risk of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
Developed by Dr Rowena Mobbs and her team at Macquarie University, the Concussion Connect program is part of the research program into CTE.
Currently this group meet in Sydney under Dr Mobbs - our aim is to roll this support program out across Australia.
If you have any questions about Concussion Connect please click the button below to contact us.